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Physicians' Diagnostic Overconfidence May be Harming Patients



Institutions that notice diagnostic errors need to have a better way to notify doctors when their diagnoses are incorrect, researchers say, because internists' overconfidence in their decisions may be hurting patient care.



1 comments on "Physicians' Diagnostic Overconfidence May be Harming Patients"
Laurie (8/27/2013 at 4:31 PM)

Interesting. Only 6%?